rimfire ammunition that is made using the "Eley" priming process is no doubt less likely to misfire.
Typical 22 rimfire priming they spin the case and drop an amount of wet priming compound into the case, it is spun out into the rim, then the cases are dried under controlled conditions, then loaded. This can leave empty parts of the rim which cause misfires.
Allegedly only two mfg in the USA make all the primed rimfire brass used here, CCI being one of the two.
The Eley process involves dropping ina qty of priming compound, then using a precision plug to displace the compound out into the rim, then again dried, and often visually inspected, then loaded.
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